Toni and Guy - Keep me close appealRead more ...
On Sunday 4th March to celebrate Toni & Guy Plymouth 20th anniversary of success they will be donating a full days takings to the Keep Me Close local charity, which is in my home town of Plymouth. The charity helps families at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Derriford Hospital care for babies born around the South West who have been either born prematurely or with other life threatening illnesses.
Myself and Luke McKernan are owners of the Plymouth Toni&Guy franchise we wanted to share our success and to put back into a local charity. The charity itself has a very close connection to Luke, as he lost twin nieces who were born premature.Close.
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